Bryan Chieze, 21-year-old former SRU student of New Castle, and Braydon Micaletti, 22-year-old former SRU student of New Castle, had their hearings on January 10, in regards to their involvement in an alleged sexual assault that occurred on September 29, 2011.
During the hearing it was decided that their formal arraignments would be scheduled for February 14.
The alleged incident happened at a house behind Ginger Hill Tavern on South Main Street.
Chieze and Micaletti were arrested on October 22 by officer Mark Bennett of the Slippery Rock Borough Police Department, and both men were released that day on $50,000 bail each.
Chieze faces 17 charges, including two counts of sexual assault and rape forcible compulsion.
Chieze will be represented by Kenneth Harris, Jr., Esquire, who was unable to be reached for comment at this time.
Micaletti faces 14 charges, including one count of sexual assault, and will be represented by Bradley Olson, Jr., who had no comment on Micaletti’s case at this time.
The arraignment will be held in courtroom 5 of the Butler County Court House, and judge Timothy McCune will be hearing the cases.